We follow an exacting process and use rigorous methods to select our partners because we want to ensure we provide our clients with quality translations. We offer customised services: your dedicated project manager will listen to your requirements and adapt our offering accordingly. We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, processing your requests instantly, and with the requisite degree of urgency. The expertise we can offer your company, acquired through 45 years of experience, is a guarantee of excellence. Choosing Communications Européennes is to choose a top-quality translation service and premium project management.
Our project managers
Our project managers are first and foremost outstanding linguists and managers. They will be at your side to assist you in each stage of the process. Your dedicated project manager already knows the kind of issues or problems you face and is there to guide and advise you throughout the collaboration.
Rigorously selected by us, our translators are true experts in their chosen fields. Whether specialised in law, finance, communications or technology, each translator has working experience in their chosen field and a sound linguistic education. Our translators are regularly appraised by Yamina, our quality expert, but also through your feedback.
MAKING THINGS EASIER
Here are a few tips to help us give you the best possible translation in the shortest possible time:
- Let your project manager know the context of your translation request: the target language of the text, the message you want to convey, the stages of production that come before and after the translation, etc.
- Tell us as much as you can about the project: will there be different versions or languages to come? Might there be fine-tuning of the original text? Do you want the visuals translated or not?
- Please, if you can, send us a document in an editable format! (All PDF documents originate as an editable document in Word, PowerPoint, InDesign, etc. We prefer to work from the original format so we can stay true to the original layout and avoid any errors arising from the conversion of a PDF document.)